Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Forecast gone wrong; very, very wrong.

Last night we went to bed knowing that we would wake up to a dusting of snow. The forecast called for light snow, followed by mid-morning rain. By 8am, we knew the forecast was wrong, but we had no idea how wrong it was. It snowed all day, finally ending around 5pm. When it was over, we had about 6 inches of snow. So much for the "dusting" they called for.


Taken about 11am. This is our front yard and the road.

Definitely more than a dusting!

The poor tulips! I hope they still bloom.

Ice and water on some tulip shoots.

Robins mean spring right? Not so much.

I cut these daffodils from our flower bed on Saturday. I like how they looked in front of the window with the snow falling outside.

Because it was spring snow, it was perfect for making a snowman!



Duck lips!

6 comments:

Jessica Mitchell said...

You take amazing photos!!!

The Samples Sampler said...

Thanks Jessica! It's because I have a great camera. I just point and shoot and I end up with some pretty nice pictures.

Joshua Torrey said...

Those poor daffodils! You need to relocate. Like back to Texas. If only for the daffodils! :)

Joshua Torrey said...

Previous comment was from me, Alaina. I have no idea how to lose Joshua's goggle account....

The Samples Sampler said...

Alaina/Joshua, If Texas wasn't so hot I would be there in a heartbeat! I miss the bluebonnets!

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